Scotland. Let's Do Net Zero.
We must all play a part in tackling climate change. By making changes to how we travel, what we buy, reducing our waste and changing how we use energy at home, we can help to reach net zero emissions by 2045. Find out what actions you can take now. Scotland, let’s do net zero.
Scotland's Climate Week
Climate Week 2022 will run from 26 September to 2 October and we’re asking everyone to get involved to help make climate change top of everyone’s conversation list. Whether speaking to your friends, family, employees, colleagues or wider community, Scotland’s Climate Week is the perfect time to take action.
Let's Talk About Climate Change
We know that climate change can be a hard topic to talk about, but having just one conversation about climate change can create a ripple effect of positive action to stop climate change and make Scotland a healthier, fairer, greener place to live.
Our Climate Conversations Pack gives you the facts and tips you need.
Everything we do adds up. To achieve net zero by 2045, we must take action now. Start here to find ways that you can make changes in your life at home and on the go.
The Scottish Government's Young Persons’ Free Bus Travel scheme is designed to help in Scotland’s fight against climate change. The scheme benefis just under a million children and young people.
By reworking the way we produce, consume and dispose of products and services we can make the most of what we have and help the planet along the way.
Climate Beacons for COP26 is a collaborative project between partners that brings together environmental and cultural organisations across Scotland to help get the public involved in conversations about climate change in a way that is relevant to the local area.
To avoid the wide-ranging impacts our clothing has on the natural environment, and you can do many simple things to help change the way you buy clothes and reduce your impact on the planet.